Same here. Hyper mode Tsuna was fucking cool.
Gokudera is best bro.
And his sister is best girl.
Everything about this show was perfect, except maybe the lackluster animation.
The jokes were great.
The MC was dense but not retarded.
The childhood friend was a tsundere but not an annoying one.
The masochistic blonde girl was perfect.
The story was purposefully silly power ranger fighting fetishes monster the type /a/ would argue philosophically about why a fetish is best.
It was the AOTY for me by far.
I also really liked this flawed gem. I still hate myself for not watching it when it aired because of everyone going HUUURRRR MADOKA RIP OFF MADOKA RIP OFF HUUURRRR.
I mean, the show is flawed to shit.
The mythology makes no sense.
The power structure makes no sense and is thrown out the window at the end for basically no reason.
The names of the characters are pretty generic.
But still, it was still a fun ride. Just watching the villain mind fuck the entire cast for the whole show was endlessly enjoyable. Even if his existence makes no fucking sense and the shows doesn't give a single explanation for why he's even there.
The manga art is great, the plot is fun and I enjoy the pandering.
I still miss it it was a part of my week for a year. It was light and fun great show to watch and just chill
I liked BB for the loli harem and the
I feel heroman would have gone over a lot better if it was a netflix series.
I remember when people were saying that Reborn was going to save Battle Shounen. Granted that was at the peak of the Ring Battle arc, which was when Reborn was at its best
One side overwhelming the other in a fight somehow got to me.
I still remember the moment of abject shock I had when the comically heavy-handed symbolism in the OP ended up not being symbolism at all and was literally in the show towards the end. It was a refreshing level of stupidity, the kind you can't take apart with logic. Kept things interesting all the way to the end.
Kind of a guilty pleasure of mine.
And I'm not even into siscon.
Wasn't bored at any point of this. I thought they made the right call by keeping it 'generic' and not attempting to explain the world or the characters too much. And I loved the OP.
The ending killed it for me, what exactly went through the authors head?
Why would you ruin a character you spent so much time building?
I enjoyed it. The mood whiplash midway-through spiced things up, and towards the end toned it down to have a happy ending that didn´t solve much.
Kind of like the opposite structure of your usual Gainax anime, where when things sort of make sense, you approach the end and everything goes to shit and you don´t understand what happened.